how did the person's case shape canada to how is it today?

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  • 1 decade ago
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    It set a strong precedent towards our conducting institutional change to our nation through appointed judges rather through the electoral process where it should be. It was pathetic then that we didn't have politicians with enough gumbo to acknowledge woman's equal political rights and it's still pathetic to this day that sticky issues still get dumped on the courts to solve.

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